[c]/səbˈdʒɛktəfaɪ/ (say suhb'jektuhfuy)

verb (subjectified, subjectifying)
verb (t)
1. to make subjective.
verb (i)
2. to identify with a subject; interpret something in a subjective manner.
subjectification /səbdʒɛktəfəˈkeɪʃən/ (say suhbjektuhfuh'kayshuhn), noun

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • subjectify — (v.) 1858, from SUBJECT (Cf. subject) + IFY (Cf. ify). Related: Subjectified; subjectifying …   Etymology dictionary

  • subjectify — subjectification, n. /seuhb jek teuh fuy /, v.t., subjectified, subjectifying. 1. to make subjective. 2. to identify with (a subject) or interpret subjectively. Cf. objectify. [1865 70; SUBJECT + IFY] * * * …   Universalium

  • subjectify — sub·jec·ti·fy …   English syllables

  • subjectify — (ˌ)səbˈjektəˌfī transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ es) Etymology: subject (I) + ify : to identify with a subject or interpret in terms of subjective experience …   Useful english dictionary

  • subjectification — (n.) 1880, noun of action from SUBJECTIFY (Cf. subjectify) …   Etymology dictionary

  • objectify and objectification —    To depersonalize; turning something or someone into an object. The term is very commonly used to describe the dehumanizing oppression of women, non whites, and the dispossessed. To do the opposite is to subjectify …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • subjectification — (ˌ)səbˌjektəfə̇ˈkāshən noun ( s) Etymology: from subjectify, after such pairs as English fructify : fructification : the act or process of subjectifying …   Useful english dictionary

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